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Oct 21, 2012 3:00am EDT
harlem hospital 23 years earlier. but though she had found her true family, in the months afterward she still had not made her way home. >> i still have that family that don't really know me. i was brought up differently. and i'm an adult as well. so it's like, it's gonna take a little bit more time. >> she have the family that she was brought up with. and she don't know me. she don't know, you know, her real mom. >> this is not easy. you don't just wipe out 23 years of history and have everything revert to where it was on that day in 1987. >> she was a sweet baby the time that i had with her. >> narrator: joy white was 16 years old in 1987 when she found out she was pregnant by her then-boyfriend, 22-year-old carl tyson. >> we started talking about it. she said she wanted to keep the baby. and then that's when we had to really sit down and talk to our parents. >> i had to explain it to my mother, you know, what was going on. and she was upset at first. but she was very supportive throughout the whole thing. >> narrator: it was a long pregnancy, running two weeks past the due date. by j
Oct 10, 2012 2:05am PDT
things he's actually wrestling with. >> all right. >> and sara met her match with the harlem globetrotters. >>> unfortunately, our guys are not coming back, hoda. >> that's all we got. see you in a bit. >> they'll be back some day. who knows when? 2@ >>> we are back on this tuesday with more of "today." and world wrestling icon hulk hogan, the man behind hulk-o-mania. though he doesn't spend much time in the ring anymore you can't keep the hulk down. >> his role as general manager of tna wrestling. the hulk has a lot to contend with, besides other sweaty men. >> that's exactly right. >> that's an understatement. >> first of all, you're an old friend of ours, and we love you, but we have to discuss the elephant in the room. >> sure. >> there is a sex tape that is out. >> yes, there is. >> that was out. looks like it was shot surreptitiously. >> hoda looked at it. >> i had to. had to know what was going on. tell us when it was shot, when the tape came out, if you had anything to do with it. >> first of all, i had no idea there was a camera in the room. there was a very, very lo
Oct 26, 2012 5:30am PDT
was tommy romero, a puerto rican boy born in east harlem, a different kind of ghetto that produced some successes. before he was 10, the romero family took flight to the williams burg section of brooklyn because of the numbered streets such as south 6th and south 7th which carried their direction. in time, the south street became puerto rican, displacing the italians, who moved deeper into brooklyn. the north streets were remained polish extending into green point. his parents purchased a house cheaply and over the years created a home that was a welcome place for their children and grandchildren. this haven was of such serenity that kenny often felt the same respect and awe that he experienced when entering the fragrant solitude of the catholic church, fleeing went the irish seeking refuge from the advancing harlems, the dark skin of the people making unrecognizable the prejudices they had endured when they arrived in america. the defect of memory driving them forward to separate themselves from the shadows that follow all immigrants. fleeing went the puerto ricans, escaping the same b
Oct 9, 2012 9:00am PDT
went up to harlem last week and talked to people about the debates and funny how many people in harlem, black people. >> you don't say? just to be clear. when i say harlem i mean black people. were like they think obama was doing a rope a dope, that how many -- i think sometimes we get caught in the echo chamber of what we think. a lot of people think this is a plan. >> to lower expectations. >> many people in harlem thought this was the rope a dope. yeah but he forget the dope part. all rope and no dope. >> except they're wrong. you know, look, i agree with david's point, that, you know, trend lines matter, so the reason -- and i think the liberal hysteria is crazy but you look across the swing state polling coming out in the last couple days romney is making up ground. the president had an opportunity to end the election and he didn't end the election. conservatives are more enthused. 75% of the people in the country thought the president lost the debate. in poll after poll. in michigan, the president'ses now ahead by three points, he was ahead by ten a month ago. the pew poll, a hug
Comedy Central
Oct 1, 2012 11:30pm PDT
, they're in new york city. they want to see the sights. and in new york that can only mean the harlem costco. (laughter) where the iranian delegation has been spotted stocking up on wholesale shampoos. nation, they are seeking to split the atom and now they can prevent split ends. how could obama let this happen! the iranians were at costco because tough economic sanctions have made it difficult for them to get hold of foreign goods or imported products. which explains why their leader has to wear members only jackets from 1982. (laughter) so folks, folks, at costco we have given them unfettered access to america's family pack technology. we'll never cripple their regime with economic isolation now that they have their own 200 count boxes of economy sized advil and bulk bins of nutter butter and great shrink wrap rafts of shrimp cup o noodles. you madmen, they will be able to hide their nuclear facilities inside their giant discarded barrels of kirkland coleslaw. (laughter) oh! oh, don't worry!, don't worry, you say, they don't have enriched uranium yet. well, you know what else costc
Oct 20, 2012 4:00pm PDT
are auditioning for "gospel for teens," a unique after-school program in harlem, new york. >> i love gospel music. >> i choose gospel over anything else. >> gospel means "to spread the good news." whatever that good news means to you -- the good news of god, the good news of jesus christ -- gospel music spreads that good news through the lyrics, through the hymns, through the feeling that you get when you sing. >> ♪ i sing because i'm happy >> i want to join gospel for teens because i think it's a great experience for children who want to be able to put their dreams out there. >> but for too many teens, those dreams are getting harder to reach. budget cuts are eliminating music programs in many schools across the country. >> for those lucky enough to pass these auditions, they'll spend the coming months learning not just how sing gospel, but how to feit. >> this is not, you know [chuckling] "american idol." this is not "x factor." this is none of that. just come up here, and you just express your talent. >> 19-year-old elijah is both one of the judges and the musical director. he knows how t
Oct 12, 2012 9:00am PDT
. >>> last summer police stopped a harlem teenager named alvin. al vip claims he had just been stopped by police a few blocks earlier. this time he hid an audio recorder to record what happened with police. >> you keep looking at us? >> going through my pockets, up, down, going through my sweater when he told me, keep my hands on my head. i was like this the whole time. >> you want to go to jail. >> what for? >> shut your [ bleep ] mouth, kid! >> what am i getting arrested for? >> for being a [ bleep ]. >> that's being a mutt? >> all part of a documentary, an inside look at the nypd's stop and frisk policy. basically, of an officer just being suspicious of you and can come up, do a quick pat-down, a quick search. >> the commanding officer wants to become a deputy inspector. the executive officer wants to become a commanding officer. if you do well by keeping your arrests up and summons up, you willish promoted to the next rank. so they put pressure on the police officers to generate numbers and arrests. >> this audiotape being released by the "nation" magazine also sparking city counce
Oct 16, 2012 7:30pm PDT
, it all started a long, long time ago, when the harlem globetrotters played their first game in hinckley, illinois, and after the game, a very sweet, nice woman made her way onto the bus
Oct 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
near kirby lane. last night in the cctt's harlem park neighborhood.the victim died from his wounds att shook trauma a short time later. a little more than 10 minutes shooting... police found another man,,shot in the chest on northhfulton street near west lexington street... also in west baltimore.the victim &pdied a short time later at shock trauma.police do not yee have any leads. leads.andd n another incident a suspect was injured in a police involved shooting on east lanvale street. police... nnmee.. three officers... involved in the death of a their custody...//. they're... identified as... todd strohman, .../ gregg boyd and michael vodarick. vodarick. strohhan's... a... decorated officer.../ , pho wws shot in theeline of duty.../ here... on ...north calvert street in 2010...///.policee.. initiaaly said... they caught anthony anderson... in... a drug deal.../ but... an autopsy revealld that he 46 year oll... died of blunt force traumaa...///it'll.. states' attorrey... to the - will face any chaagessofficers - 33 a...
Oct 4, 2012 11:00pm EDT
. nine last night in the city's - harlem park neighhorhood.the victim diee from his wounds at shock trauma a short time later. p little more than 10 minntes after the west lanvale ssooting... police found &panother man, shot in the ches on north fulton street near west lexiigton street... also in west baltimore.the victim died a short time later att shock trauma.pplice do not yet have any leads. a jjdge has sentenced two mme for a caajacking that led to a draaatic chase. this s video we rought you in february of last year when davon mccoy and frank richardson approached a woman entering her car near patterson avenue and eberlee drive.they threatened her, innher car, leading pollce on - a six mile chase. mccoy was sentenced oday to 35 years in prison. ichardson received 25 one... firefighter's... huur... after... a... 3- --alarm fire... in fells &ppoint. it... hhppened around 5:30... this morning... aa... a... piquor store ...on. ..fleet street... near broadway..../// fire... officials... fought... the fire from the outside - / because...
Oct 27, 2012 1:00pm EDT
... >> mr. naidu is the head of the dance theater of harlem school. i recently joined one of his classes. what did your friends think? were you worried that they might tease you? >> no, because i'm not insecure about myself. i'm very confident in what i do. >> mr. naidu's class shows us why boys' ballet training can be compared to sports. >> men or young boys are more apt to be more competitive. they're a lot more physical, they certainly can't stand still for long periods of time and focus on great detail, so, in training them, we use their natural instincts. we use their competitive edge. get it. come on get it. >> ballet also can help with flexibility and coordination. that can be used on the football field and the basketball court. >> if you watch a player on the court going up into the air, turning around once, and then dunking the ball, it's called a 360, right? well, most people don't realize that ballet dancers, male dancers, do an equivalent, but it's a 720 -- that's two circles in the air. that's what we call a double tour en l'air. >> this class isn't ready for a 720, but othe
Oct 12, 2012 5:30am EDT
. if you are traveling in west baltimore we have an accident of the day. on north pulaski street at harlem. watch out for that. now using 95 here is a live look down at 395. everything is moving along. you are looking at a 15-minute drive all the way downtown. we pull up other drive times 695. no delays on the outer loop from 95 to 83. that will take you 11 minutes. and beltway now and the outer loop and 795. that's a look at time saver traffic. >> we heard this before our pets can have a special fence. and one family knows it is true. how a pet came to the rescue of a baby. i have never encountered such a burning sensation... until i had the shingles. it was like a red rash. like somebody had set a bag of hot charcoal on my neck. i had no idea it came from chickenpox. it's something you never want to encounter. for more of the inside story, visit mom, pop it. ♪ two inches apart, becky. two inches. t-minus nine minutes. [ ding ] [ female announcer ] pillsbury cinnamon rolls. let the making begin. ♪ too bad the guys aren't here we're clear. ok, swarm! swarm! hello [ fem
Oct 10, 2012 12:00pm EDT
, the harlem renaissance. it was very special. all the greats came here. what will we learn from this film of yours? >> when this is one of the reasons i wanted to actually make the film. people outside of d.c., when they think of d.c. they think of politics, government, special interests, but we have this tremendous jazz community in the shaw area and georgetown. we have this legacy and talented jazz musician. -- jazz musicians. you can go out any night and you'll hear jazz. we wanted to tell that story. >> jelly roll morton, i didn't realize that he operated a jazz club in the area. the jungle inn. >> which was right next door, next door to ben's chili bowl. >> one of my favorite places. everybody knows about duke ellington. he's a living legend and great. we all know about him. but there's some other things about this area that you'll find out in the film. such as? >> for instance, we also tell stories about the childhood of duke ellington. why he started out as a jazz musician. he actually had a paint sign store. he painted signs. >> is that so? >> yes. a lot of people asked him can yo
Oct 7, 2012 4:00pm EDT
, baldwin marched next to harry belafonte, his fellow harlem born, who would also happen to be a u.s. navy veteran of world war ii. why secretaries and upstairs office windows kept extending down signs to the marchers, until suddenly many of them saw the stunningly rigging that the idol, harry belafonte. [laughter] when they saw that beautiful caps as baldwin and these women demonstrated that america was the most desperately schizophrenic a republic. [laughter] baldwin storytelling perot's and his insight were never in better form. this is vintage james baldwin, race, sex and his country were all an extraordinary display and subject to his scorching, ironic pan. those young women in the windows baldwin declared, quote, could only look forward to an alliance with one of those jeering businessmen. .. out of imagery that only baldwin might have actually seen and a world historical moment amid the joy and serenity of the spectacular march he made great art of all those real people around him barricaded in his skin. on the eve of the centennial, the surrender at appomattox and the city where th
Oct 6, 2012 10:00pm EDT
was looking to replace black, but he certainly he was hope hoeing could heap harlem. harlem was elderly and blind and had at love issues. by this time, nixon and his attorney general have decided they're going take it over themselves. they can't run the risk, they have another important job for him at the point with the two new vacancy. he is supposed to be running a committee to declassify documents annixon in his diabolical efforts he believes that renner qis doesn't know that. when the white house tapes come out. the reason he wants him to do this he believes if he can get these documents declassified, he can sort of use them to bang the image of the kennedy family. particularly bob kennedy and jfk and even ted kennedy. who he sees as a potential rival in the coming election. and nixon, the declassification he wants him to handle it so he can leak e documents out. it turns out he doesn't go fast enough, nixon and his other folks decides they're going to make up the documents and leak them anyway. that's another thing. what happens is he is busy over there doing that. men while nixon
Oct 18, 2012 6:00am EDT
for let's do my thing. [laughter] and when you look around, harlem children's zone, the harlem issue, it's very compelling. these things can matter, but do you know what matters mostly when you dig into the data? the schools. they're the predicate. and we're not going to have sort of of these transformations happen in a linear fashion. these things happen through the political process, so there comes a question are we going to wait to address the issues we have with schools until we can address the issues with poverty, or are we going to do whatever we can in and i think that sequencing irk shoe is -- issue is enormous. three big things where i think you see some overlap. first of all, you can see where helen and the things she's talking about and terry's talking about actually overlap where you can have sort of better integration of a social services and a more choice-driven system. i think the international lessons we can learn, i don't think they're going to happen on a macro level, but you can see them playing out in a my row way in these different interventions, schools learning fro
FOX Business
Oct 6, 2012 1:00am EDT
center in harlem. it took the train all the way up there. they turned me away. they said, we can help you get. come back at 8:30 a.m. next week and go to a jobs training session. john: she could have found a job on her own more easily than going to all these government health centers. eventually they get you an interview. the food store. he talks to the manager. he said, look. >> i waited. i went to prep for an interview and it turned out it was just a public open house or anyone could walk in. waited an hour and a half and finally put to the manager until the my story, tell them about work force when he said that he really communicates with workforce one. he said they never call him, never asking questions. and i asked how the people that they send? of the people you want to hire and he said no. >> the fact is that welfare caseloads are 360,000 to as low as it was in 1965. that is because we have a work requirement in new york city. john: that is absolutely great, but i still think of your 15,000 employees, and we're talking about an employment, there is some of it, but if the soviet uni
Oct 30, 2012 2:00am PDT
getting reports from everywhere up in harlem where we're hearing about devastation to businesses where awnings are ripped off and a lot of trees down, a lot of debris around. but maybe the most dramatic, michelle, happened in midtown manhattan. there was a crane situation earlier today which still is posing a problem for officials, isn't it? >> reporter: this happened in the hours where the winds weren't as severe as they continue to be now. but certainly a crane on top of what was, you know, under construction one of the tallest residential buildings when it is supposed to be, you know, a crane leaned back over the -- toppled at the top and just dangled over the side of that building. and workers -- officials couldn't do anything to secure that because it would be too dangerous. what they did is evacuate the surrounding area as much as they could, the businesses, residences in that area and closed off the streets. and they still will have that problem to deal with and contend with today. we have the winds again. it could be some time before they figure out how they're going to secure
Oct 26, 2012 12:00am PDT
is there was this extraordinary jazz scene happening in that area. there's this wonderful book called fillmore harlem west and also there's several other books that are about that particular era. but that's all happening too, people like billie holiday, count basie, duke ellington, they were all playing in the fillmore district, bop city, plantation club, jack's tavern. that's another world that i was intrigued by and the fact that there were neisei jazz musicians. also the no no boys, which i'm not sure if you are aware of, but one of the story lines in the play is about the character called chet monkawa and he was what was known as a no no boy. at some point everyone in the internment camp was asked to do this questionnaire and there were two questions, question 27 and 28, which basically said you were foreswear allegiance to japan and the emperor and will swear allegiance to america and that you will serve in the armed forces. and for young neisei men in their late teens and 20's, if you signed that, by and large the sense was you could be drafted. and what came about was a certain amount of controvers
Oct 1, 2012 5:09pm EDT
serious ball. agreed harlem globetrotter and basketball player first played baseball for the clowns. in 1950, mamie peanut johnson started pitching and a player laughed. quakes' he said i was as big as a peanut. >> the name peanut stock. between 1953-1955, she won 33 and lost eight games. she says she grew up playing baseball on this field that is named after her. she is upset that right now it seems to be more of a football and soccer field. >> you dedicate the field to me and then you make it a football field and a soccer field? >> he said the city promised that a baseball diamond was coming. >> i'm going to be right there. >> wow. >> sounds like she is still a pistol. >> absolutely. >> fantastic. what a great story. craigslist see what's coming up. -- >> lets see what is coming up. >> tonight at 6:00, month after month we have seen polls with different percentages in terms of the race for the white house. we're wondering if that information override is actually turning the voters off. also, it has been a year since the occupy movement came to the district. some say they never le
Oct 6, 2012 8:00pm EDT
oakley in england, the outcome x. was assassinated at the apollo theater in harlem. two weeks after that, 600 civil rights marchers were brutally beaten by sheriff's deputies and state police at the edmund pettus pridgeon alabama, the incident which came to be known as bloody sunday, one of the most important markers in the civil rights movement history. if anything now, the fire next time that manifesto of what might come to be in america if we didn't base this past, a massive bestseller nine months, number one on "the new york times" bestsellers list, seems a bit too prophetic. by late march baldwin was in salman himself to participate in the voter registration drive and ultimately in the famous march from selma to martin emery, march 25 to 29, 1965. .. you can find it in many other places. the way white and blacks had forged segregated an deeply suspicious historical memories of each other. and draws on cold war imgarage i are. he argued that americans built what he called a color curtain in their lives and in their hearts and in their historical consciousness, which as he put it may
Oct 27, 2012 8:30pm EDT
always fights the vouchers to the and a male? al gore was asked in harlem when he was running for president because he was the democrat won a black reporter said if you are so big on public-school is not having vouchers why your kids go to private schools? typical move he got angry and said don't bring my children into this. wait a second. [laughter] not so fast. it is a great idea for conservative billionaires' i love fox news but why is that the only game in town? ten times the ratings but it has not occurred to cnn and msnbc they have higher ratings maybe we should try to be fair and balanced. [laughter] that seems popular. by the way a small point*, i am doing piers morgan and nephew weeks. i said i have been avoiding it because the tapes and edits before it goes to air. i wanted done to be live. that is all ask not my snotty remarks to go back at him. >> when example i was out here one month ago more than an hour chit chatting with ted koppel. yes, he is still alive. [laughter] we were arguing the entire time. finally i said you'd just a guess 302nd clip and take it out o
Oct 28, 2012 9:30am EDT
in harlem when he was running for president he conceded and, of course, are beholden to the teachers union. and so i black out reporter patents editor so big on the public schools and spend them money of the book schools and i have a vouchers student budgeting systems, why do your kids go to private schools? typical liberal movie got angry and said don't bring children into this. hang on a second, not so fast. i think it's a great idea for any conservative leaner to start another fox news. i love fox news, but why is that the only game in town? at 10 times the ratings of cnn and nbc. it is apparently not occurred. hey, they're getting higher ratings. i wonder if we should try being fair and balanced. [applause] and by the way, i am doing peers work in a few weeks. i treated him that the reason i've been avoiding doing it is he's one of these guys who retains an address before it goes to air. i just wanted to be life. i don't want my remarks back to have been edited out. that's all i ask for. klotzbach are probably won't get it, by the way. i was out here in l.a. it was more than an hour ch
FOX Business
Oct 3, 2012 4:00pm EDT
, right in real terms. >> yeah. the one we're opening next will be up in harlem on 117th street that will be 200 jobs. david: the single piece of legislation involves more taxation and more regulations than any others of course is obamacare, the new health care law. >> yeah. david: how are you planning, you're planning three new restaurants. how are you planning your payrolls? because a lot of your payroll will depend whether or not we have the full implementation of obamacare? >> that is a great question. we spent three hours on this last night. it is very opportune. the answer is we don't know. i can't believe he read 2700 pages. i'm given to no single individual read 2700 pages. so it's coming together. we're trying to plan for it. applebee's international has people on the ground full time in washington and they can't give us a direction. so how do you plan for it? that is the most difficult part for why business, i believe isn't moving forward because no one knows. no one knows what this is about. we can't put x value or y value on it and say what we project. we're working
FOX News
Oct 14, 2012 6:00pm PDT
the assistan assistance. >> you kept looking for jobs. >> i went to a work force center in harlem i took the train up there the same day. they turned me away. they said you can't help me yet you need to come back at 8:30 in the morning and go to a jobs training session. >> she could have found a job on her own more easily than going to all of these government help centers. eventually they got you an interview. one sent you to the food store and you will talk to do the manager there he said what? >> i went for an interview it was a public open house where any one could walk in. i waited an hour and a half spoke with the manager told him my story. he said he rarely xhaun kates with work force one. they never call him never ask any questions. i asked how are the people that they send, are they people that you want to hire? he said no. >> the fact is welfare case loads are 360,000. test as low as it was in 1965. that's because we have a work requirement in new york city. >>> that is absz slutolutely gr. i am thinking 15,000 employees we are talking about employment there is some of it. it's
FOX News
Oct 18, 2012 2:00am PDT
is advice from a group of 4th graders in harlem, new york. no matter what your political stance is, vote. ♪ >> so cute. they were singing to the tune of the hit single call me maybe. even though the students aren't old enough to vote obviously yet they are hoping to insnierz who can to vote for somebody. so far the video has 5300 hits on youtube. that is your 5@5:30. >>> president obama p and mitt romney both back on the trail after their debate. the war on terror becoming a larger issue as the fbi thwarted the terror plot we have been talking about. >> good morning. they had the first court appearance yesterday we are still learning more about him and his connections. but the resurgence of al qaeda appears to be playing a pretty big role now on the campaign trail. for starters there is the terrorist organization itself which is strengthening overseas. especially over south africa. it may be changing the way president obama campaigned. here he was a week ago. >>> four years ago i told you i would end the war in iraq, and i did. i said we would end the war in afghanistan, and we are. i
FOX News
Oct 31, 2012 12:00pm PDT
, and, also, there were buses coming out of harlem and people waiting four hours and never getting a bus and the new york stock exchange re-opened today and they all back to work but it could take time to get trading back to normal. check in with the markets and get you updated at the bottom of the hour meaning the top of the news here. cover everything. only about 80% of your part b medical expenses. the rest is up to you. so consider an aarp medicare supplement insurance plan, insured by unitedhealthcare insurance company. like all standardized medicare supplement plans, they help save you up to thousands in out-of-pocket costs. call today to request a free decision guide. with these types of plans, you'll be able to visit any doctor or hospital that accepts medicare patients... plus, there are no networks, and you'll never need a referral to see a specialist. join the millions who have already enrolled in the only medicare supplement insurance plans endorsed by aarp... and provided by unitedhealthcare insurance company, which has over 30 years of experience behind it. with all the goo
Oct 9, 2012 3:00am PDT
>> and hulk hogan is coming. >> he's been a naughty boy. and the harlem >>> i'm jim cramer and welcome to my world. >> you need to get in the game. >> he's going out of business and they're nuts. they're nuts. they no nothing. >> i always like to say it's a bull market summary. "mad money," you can't afford to miss it. hey, i'm cramer, this is "mad money," welcome to cramerica so call me at 11-800-743-cnbc. oh, we saw it big today, dow sliding 27 points, s&p giving up .35%. nasdaq losing 6.3%. that something is that the u.s. has become important again. there are plenty of days where we can come in here and note that our s&p futures are down big because spain has a problem or china's economic growth is slowed. we can keep pondering what happens if the haves and the have not nations of europe. we can sweat the program of every single disapointing piece of chinese data. or we can recognize that the united states is starting to become the more dominant market on the earth. today is the perfect example. we woke up to news that once again, some data point from china showed a furt
Oct 26, 2012 6:00am PDT
out of a harlem police station before they took him into custody yesterday. he planned to torture, kill, cook and then eat body parts of least hundred women. he did not succeed in hurting anybody. it's believed that he had pictures of each one of his potential victims. >>> a top story from romney campaign is backtracking comments about former secretary of state colin powell. in an interview, john sununu implied that powell is only endorse can obama for reelection because he is black. >> and frankly, when you take a look at colin powell, you have to wonder is endorsement based on issues or whether he has got a slightly different reason for president obama. >> what reason would that be? >> i think when you have somebody of your own race that you are proud of being president of the united states, i applaud colin for standing with him. >> he later released a statement quote, colin powell is a friend and i respect the endorsement decision he made, i do not doubt it was based on anything but his support of the president's policies. >> kristen: happening later this morning, funeral servi
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